Cognitive aids have been present in the non-medical industry for a long time. For instance, the aviation industry has been using cognitive aids since 1930. The reasoning behind it was that experts in aviation safety considered that even highly experienced and trained pilots may need more than their memory to fly an aircraft [...]
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Among novel and appealing methods, game-based learning has recently become an exciting and innovative teaching approach in education in a wide range of sectors and disciplines. Various interesting games are more frequently used in medical teaching, given that game-based learning adds diverse game elements to other non-game areas to encourage engagement and raise [...]
High-fidelity simulation increases the safety and competence of operators in delivery rooms throughout a whole region
Introduction The delivery room is a high-risk environment for patients. Its effects on the professionals working there should not be underestimated. In aviation, periodically repeated mandatory training and simulation helps to increase the safety of passengers and crew. In medicine, high-fidelity simulation enables realistic training at a high level, which can increase not [...]
Unveiling the Power of Game-Based Learning: Laerdal’s sponsorship in Pediatric Simulation Games to enhance Pediatric Healthcare Education
In recent years, the fields of pediatric healthcare education have witnessed significant advancements, thanks to the incorporation of simulation games. These games offer an immersive and interactive platform for healthcare professionals, students, and caregivers to enhance their skills, knowledge, and confidence when it comes to pediatric care. Laerdal, a leading global provider of [...]
Optimal Team Composition for Simulation Training in Medical Emergencies: Unveiling the Missing Piece
The Society for Simulation in Europe (SESAM) held its annual conference in Lisbon from the 14th to the 16th of June. (SESAM Lisbon 2023 | SESAM (sesam-web.org)) Camilla Normand from the University of Stavanger represented the SAFETY group. She presented an abstract on optimal team composition in emergency treatment. Resuscitation simulation training has [...]
The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 830 women die from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth every day, with most of these deaths occurring in low-resource settings. Simulation in obstetrics can help to address this issue by providing healthcare professionals with the necessary training and skills to manage complicated births and [...]
A Romanian National Simulation Workshop in Advanced Airway Management: A Leap Forward in Anaesthesia and ICM Training
Authors: Cosmin Balan, Mihai Stefan, Cornelia Predoi, Liana Valeanu, Cornel Robu, Bianca Morosanu, Andrei Dumitrache, Robert Thomas Barbulescu, Prof Serban Bubenek, Prof Daniela Filipescu Romania's Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) education took a significant stride after an innovative simulation-based national workshop in advanced airway management. This pioneering initiative was designed to cater [...]
Simulation-based training has become an integral part of emergency medicine education. In this article, we delve into some of the upcoming European events and conferences that focus on emergency medicine and the use of simulation in medical training. Emergency medicine requires healthcare professionals to make critical decisions quickly and efficiently in high-pressure situations. [...]
Working at a university, in an academic environment, often means daily interactions with students. And this seemingly routine encounters might cloud our vision to the reality behind them – we are helping shape the healthcare professionals of tomorrow. Every course, every lecture, every simulation, every conversation – they all influence these young minds, [...]
Effective, safe and efficient healthcare that does not burn out the well-being of healthcare professionals relies on the interplay of human, technology, and organization. This interplay is complex, as is learning around this process. Many related aspects need to be considered simultaneously, easily overwhelming both learners and facilitators. Learning about the connections of [...]